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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

LATEST COMMERCIA\L. Lttluo or othing o s d' Lat the publio dales to-dny; i.fiw bag; of wheat sold at Gs 7jd to Gos Jd. Flour is dull of snlo at £14. 1000 bags of good i stoutish feed roine ?ld at Is 21d, nnd nhout 500 lngs uuiler Itho hlmecr nt prices ranging fr,:m Is 1d to 0l 2-;1. liarley has had limited sales from is sto 5s 8id. At noe ion ablout 200 bags or maics sold at Gs 3d to Gs ,4. Pens quitted at 4s 11.d.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

EUIOPEAN ITE.IS. LoHooN, Juno 26. The Khedive has written a letter to Raghob Pasha, head of the recently formed Ministry. He deplores the wido spread misery and paralysis of trade, re sulting from the exodus of the European residents from Egypt, and exhorts the Ministry to nmake every effort in their power to restore confidence. An increasilng arrogance is becoming manifest ori the "part of Arani Pashn, Minist-r of W\ar in the new Egyptian Ministry, and chief of the National party. Arrangcemnts have been nmadt for the despatch of 1000 marines to i.gypt, nud they ore now preparing to embark at Chistlnm. The people of Norway are agitating for the severance of that ctountry from the Kingdom of Sweden. They desire the formation of Norway into an indo ipendent Repbllic. The inquiry into the sanity of Guitenu, the assassin" of President Garfield, has been concluded, with the result that his sanity 'has been fully established. The criminal will consequently be executed on Friday next, the ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

.Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ] (YROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SMELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. 'A young man named l'obis Scharrer, proprietor of a miscellaneous clothes shop in Bourke-street, was chargeds at the police court to-day with unlawfully assaulting a girl under 14 years of age, on Sunday- last. The girl stated that when passing the accusedl's shop on Sunday afternoon, he pulled her inside and behaved indecently towards her. The accused was fined £5 or in default one month's imprisonment. Henry Bryant, alias Count te BIeau mont, the originator of the Russian scare, was commnitted for trial at the Kilmore Court to-day, for passing forged cheques, one of which was purported to be signed by D. Synme, proprietor of the Age. The accused, when tendering the cheque, stated that he was part pro prietor of the Age. Numerous attempts to defraud the Railway department have lately been discovered on the suburban lines, and efforts are being made to check the practice. To-day...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

GENERAL NEWS; O'Brien, landlord of the Rocky Water: holes hotel, on the Darling, died in the Wilcnnnia hospital on Sunday night from the burns he received in the fire which con. sumed the hotel. When the fire eccurred, two travellers, a rhalo and female servant, O'Brien, his wife, and their four children, were in the house, all of whom were saved except O'Brien and his wife. The body of Mrs. O'Brien was completed charred. The fires in the house were all put out before it was shut up for the night, and there is no clue to the origin of the fire, which is sup -posed to have been accidental, as both O'Brien and his wife went to bed drunk. The fire occurred at 1 o'clock in the morn. ing, and was first observed by the female servant, who immediately removed her own box and bedding, which were the only arti cles saved, but gave no sufficient alarm to the other inmates. The children all slept in the room with their parents, and got out of the bedroom window. Mrs. O'Brien was seen going fro...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

CATTLE SALESMEN, oveUlellnllt udllttiollti r, Valuntors atlnd Arblitrators, SMinin' alntd lontey lirolters, AND GENEIRAL COMI)IIESION AGENTS. A UCOTION S.\.ALERS of CATTLE, • LIIORSES, Pr!.S, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every .,. '`PTTeDAY at our TYads in L-'tlillan-street, ida5RNSDAs.O, at Bvurnee the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, 2Arena and STRATFORD when rommissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid , ver immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. Saturday, lst.July, 1882. 80 Head Mixed Cattle from Snow0y liver. A IMACARTHUR and CO. are . favored with instructions from Mr. Moore, to sell by auction, in their yards, Bairnsdale, on the abdve date, 30 head BULLOCKS and COWS, Now-on the road from the Snowy River. Terms at sale: -Bairnsdale, Saturday, 1st July. 80 heatd mixed Cattle from Lower Ti0li0. A MACARTHUR and CO. are, . favored with instructions from Messrs. J. and H. Hewlett, as executorsof the. estate of the l...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

Baisdalo Club Rotel HIS sup ono Hotol affords aurlor Samnasalatilon fe TordlriE, C'ommer? th Late of the Crite ryion conte ae vr Convoyances meat all thO steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Lato of tlio Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Con~vecyauces. COBB AND CO.'S Royal MIail Coaches. L EAVE Duggans's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 n.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 15e. T. DUGGA, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb ,J Co., LEAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, BAInrSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, as; return, 8s. The above line leave the booking office, Star Hotel, BRUTFsss, for BAIRNSDALE, daily at 7 a.m.; Fare, 5G; return, 8s. These coaches arrive in time to deliver passengers for Cobb and Co.'s coach to Sale. Parcels carried at exceedingly low rates. Conveyances, and Ladies' and Gentle...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Thursday, June 29, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHIED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY lORNING. DIairnsdale, Thursday, June 29. 1882. TnE country has the promise held out to it that Parliament, having tired of debating want of confidence motions, will at last settle down seriously to work and proceed with?practical .legislation. WVe sincerelv trust that such will be the case, albeit_ we doubt"very much thiat peace will be permitted long to prevail.: TPlre is plenty of .work marked.out for any one: sessioni;i and it -will take the Government, with the assistance of hon. members, all they can do.to finish the programme promulgated,, withloit :.the time of the House being taken up in discussions which result in ,nothing. The procoedinigs of Parliament this week will be particularly intdresting to the resideists of North Gippsland from Hoyfield to-Bairnsdale, and even beyond here, for the. Railway Construction Bill being set down" for consideration in committee, it is probable that by the end of next week we ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

MARRIAGE. JOHNSON-BOE - M'DONALD.-On the 21st June, at Christ Church, South Yarra, by the Rev. Horace F. Tucker, Edward Alfred, youngest son of the late John Johnson, of Gippsland, to Katherine Amelia, second daughter of John Waters M'Donald, Bru- then, Gippsland.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CUNNINGHAME. Wednesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 June 1882

CUNNINGHAME.   Wednesday, June 28. Mr. Rowland Warrant [sic] was found dead at about three p.m. to-day on the roadside, within 500 yards of his own house. He had been out with his bul lock tenm carting wood, and had been complaining for some time of illness. Tile bar channel has nerer been better than it is now, there being ton feet of water right through. The bodies of the two men belonging to the Magnolin, drowned at the Ninety mile Beach on Sunday last, have been found about four miles to tihe eastward of where the accident occurred.

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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

Wtit anh ~ibitnm To Remove Superfluous fanlr. Sond youe well-filleod mnttressesio be done up by a chteap upholsterer,. ' The latest thing in'sausgcs Is kept aprofound secret. '-It would-bs wise to lot it remain so. A man iNowe. York waso arreated-the other day charged with bi ayi hle hating three wivoes. This Is too utterly Uitah. ' " S.Whantever'you have'to ldo, do it sith all your si!ght.'I Mnnya lawyer has maode his fortune by simply worklng with a wil.', : , :-" Ulnorous to n fault " many be said of many men. -Atleast they are generous enouglh to their own fa.lts; , .. . . , A German astronomer has found a newplanot. Anybody wilo mlsses: any of, lds. plnnetsa should nako n note of thola. ,, . .Someono ti'oll has been there emarkh that a young-autlaor llvtla nai nttie because" one is aurly ahleito live on his first story. ' Quote thils at thle hrekfist tablo : If wtre can't couna oa r cllkecns borelo theyeAre liatelshed, we eon eat theom;. ': : "Tlae worst kind o rhle.onniiattm I...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. THE LATE RIGHT REV. DR. BARKER, BISHOP OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

OUR ILLUSTRATION. THE LATE RIGHT REV. DR. -BARKER, S:. BISHOP OF SYDNEY. The Right 'Rev. 1rederick Barker, D.D., Bishop'of;ey'dncy; andeetropolitan of Ace 'trali, whbse death from paralysis, in Italy, was'announced a few weeks since, was born in 1808, and was consequently 74 years of age at the time of his decease. He'had'only recently left` Sydney-on a: visit' to.the old country, prior to finally retiring from the episcopal office. From fecaton's. leAn of 'he Time we lesarn'that the late Bishop 'was the son of the late Rev.'JohnoBarker, incumbeont of Barlow, 'in Derbyshire. He. was born in 1808; and was sent at an'early age to Gran. tham- School'. From that echool he went to Jesus College, Cambridge, where lie took his degree of B. A.' in 1820. In 1831 he was or dained, and soon afterwards was appointed to thlio living of Upton. In 1835 ho was appointed to the charge'of the parish of Edgehill, near 'Liverpool. H' e fulfilled the work of this im: portant charge with' such 'zeal' and...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Scientific Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

. rciutific jmntes. THE RAlhN-AN·D.-When a good pocket spectroscope is turned to the sky,a say at' a point 13' above tho horizon, the spectrum of daylight obtaindd frequently ishows'.a dark' shading, or set of.fine lilies'on the'red side of 'the " doubld D " ' lines.' This'is knowit to spectroscopists as the "rainband, "' for 'it indicates the presence of an' excess of liobis turoin the atmosphere, and hence Professor' Piazzi Smnythe, Astronomer-Royal :for Scot 'land, has foundin 'it a means of fortellingi rain. ' " " , "' .' A NeW 'MtioisdAL ISSTROMIENT.--A' lew? musical: instrainment, 'styled the 'Leno-: phone," has been brought out by 'Signor! Lasina, 'of tome. It resembles the ,Madera y pla' sob common in Spain, "and is shaped likeo a triangle, hbut 'consists of::forty-five small' rods of whlte poplar-wood, each lying on sixi short straws standing on- a deal pank ora board; ' The performer ~strikes these rods' with' two sticks,' as if they comlposed the key board of a piano, and...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CHEAP LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

CHEAP LIVING. Thoro are still plenty of spots wlioro men can vegetate for very little money. If you are content with a sage diotary, tbo Malay Islands aro ready to receive yon; and if rice will sullico' for daily bread, the economist can exist in China or Bengal for something liko twopence-halfponny per day. Thon, if the pinched annuitant wishes a cheap, and healthy.place for the winter, weo can recom mend Samoa. But the society of missionaries is not stimulating, and the cocoa-nut, though a cheerful vegetablo if partaken of in moder ation, is apt to induce colic in stomachs un nccustomed to the uncdmpromising little ways. In Sweden, owing to the absence of railways and of anybody to teach tho natives what to ask for their produce, there are still a few spots where living is cheap. There is, for instance, Gamis Karleby, at thee top of tho Gulf of Bothnia, whore a respcctablo middle-oolss family can live upon twenty five pounds a year. At Umea, when hny is scarce, a cow can beo bough...

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PRINTERS' MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

PRINTERS' ,ISTAKES. A delicious piece of bamboozlement was served up to the renders of a provincial paper the other day, duo in all probability to some wag of a sub-editor. The previous evening, the reporter for the paper had to attend a meeting at a Wesleyan Chapel for the con version of the Jews to Chrnstianity; after which he reported an address given to a local I Society on the Conversion of Sewage into, Lime and Cement. In the compositor's hands, the manuscript got mixed up, and: the printed report read as follows : '"The chairman; after the meeting had been opened; With prayer, explained that the conversion; of the Jews was one of the greatest works that could engage the attention of -our eani. Lary authorities. Filtration was the niosti perfect iothoed that could be adopted 'for' purification; but a filter fhad its limit.i There was a popular'notion that the sewago contained a vast amount of wealth ; bt the aoudge must be taken out of it for purposes of irrigation, no it otho...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

MELBOURNE STATION PRIODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, June 28. THE NEW ZEALAND LOh' AND MIER CANTILE AGENCY COMPasr, LIMITED re port Wool.-Latest cable advices from the home market report satisfactory progress at the current series of sales. The quantity of the staple estim:ited to be available for this series was 340,000 bales. Up to the 26th inst. we learn that nearly 319,000 had been submitted. These sales close at the end of the present month. Sheepskins.-Current quotations are as follows :-Lnmb skins, 2s to 2s 7}d each ; butchers' skins, 3s to 4s fd do; dry skins, 2s 3d to 5I do; station skins, in bales, 43d to 7d do. ;..Jlctc(sv.Oreon.ou li-5Ldlm its to 05 k . :,i.- green cow hides, up to 3}d per tb ; calf ,kt.us,21?. to.3d do ; New Zealand hides, up to 4 }ddo; kip hides, 29d to 3d do; Victorian salted hides, 3d to 3ad do; Vi?. torian extra lHeavy, up to 4d do. Lether.-Crop, heavy, up to 13d per lb ; crop, light Sd to 9Sd do; kip, Is 3d to Is 5Id do; runners, Is' d to Is Gd do; calf, ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CHINESE THEATRICALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

CHINESE THEATRICALS. In Chefoo a rich Chinaman living in our neighbourhood, who had of lato years been very successful in his commercial specula tions, and had recently obtained by purchase the rank of a high-class mandarin, and the privilege of wearing an opaque blue button on the top of his olicial hat, gave an extcn sive thanksgiving performance in public, to which we were invited. lie selected a large open space close to his own residence, and there had a stage erected, opposite to which a large temporary box was constructed for the use of himself and his friends. On our arrival at the place, our host came forward and received us with that formal politeness which is observable amongst the Chinese better classes, and we soon found ourselves in a roomy and comfortable apartment, where seats were at once provided for us. In the middle of the box was placed a large table or altar, which groaned under the weight of the good things provided as thanksgiving offer nlgs to Heaven. The in...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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A QUICK PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

A QUICK PUNISHM.ENT. An extraordinary sacrilegious theft was recently committed in a church at Rome, which, by a singular accident brought imme. diato punishment to the audacious criminal. Two women, dressed as ladiesof good position, were kneeling before the altar about to receive the communion, when one of them fancied she felt a hand dexteroutly inserted in her pocket. She was so cilcumstanced, however, that she could not, without irreverence, ascer. tain at the moment whllether her foars were well-founded or not. After leaving the church she made the necessary examination, and found, to her surprise, a valuable gold bracelet, tlt her porlrtttnenaie had disappeared. SIe had tile satisfaction of knowing that thu impious woman who had chosen such a time to rob her neighbour had been punished by losing what was of far more value than what she took with her. For, though she man. aged to withdraw the purse, it contained only 'a trifling sum, wtlreas the bracelet which had slipped from...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Wednesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

EIELBOURINE HORSE .LAtKET. Wednesday, June 28. 'Messrs. CAMPBELL, PRATT and Co. (late M'Culloch, Campbell and Co.) report : Business for the pa,t week has been rather dull owing to the indifferent supply of coun try horses, which were not sufficient in num bar to attract a large attendance of buyers. Sales were principally confined to well broken in harness and saddle horses, for which usual good rates were obtained. Carriage pairs sold to 110 guineas ; buggy pairs, £35 to £47 10s; superior hackney and buggy horses, £26 to £42 ; draughts were in full demand, good trial animals selling, extra heavy, from £40 to £46 ; light medium and heavy, no ehange in price. We sold Mr. 31. Power's imported draught entire, Topsman Again, to MAr. Cobnin, Sale. and MDr. John Trestrail's imported entire, Johnnie Groat, to 31r. D. Kennedy, Woolsthorpe, at prices duly re. ported in daily journals. Two small lots of country horses averaged £8 19s and £9 3s per head.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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"A HORRIED SET OF SCOUNDRELS.' [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

,A HORRID SET OF SCOUNDRELS.' It was long after dark when we got to the fort, and, after saying good-night to Lieut. -, who went otf to look up his friends, at at length hitched up our tired horses at Dr. --'a door, and after knocking for admit tanc in vain walked in and sat down in the parlour to await the arrival of our host. After a few auxious minutes -for we were getting very hungry, not to say thirsty and tired, and had boon consoling ourselvos dur-. ng the last few wearisome hours of darkness wvith anticipations of an hospitable welcome -a step resounded in the wooden passage, tho door opened, and a gentleman entered the room, and, after scrutinising us with a somewhat astonished gaze, said, ' \Voll, men, what do you want?' "We were looking for Dr. - ," I timidly answered. "Per. aps you could tell us-" ".That's all riht, ' ho interrupted; "I am Dr.-. \\ hat's the matter? what do you want with no ? " "Oh I" I said, feeling. rather ag grioved at this reception, " I beg your par...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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WHO ARE THE SLAVS? [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

WHO ARE THE SLAYVS Professor Hearn, in his work on the Aryan Household, shows how the dominant races of the earth have been cradled in the vast table. land of Asia, now known as the Pamir, or Roof of the world. The Slavs have sprung from thence, like the Teutons and the Latins. \Vhen Paul, in one of his epistles, states that in Christianity there is "neither Barbarian, nor Schythian, bond or free," Scythian means Slav. The slavs first enter prominently into the stream of history in lo6, A.D., when they came into collision with the Romans. They have formed various kingdoms in Europe such has Bohemnia, Poland and Russia; but only the last named has endured, and now it is the grand city of the slavs, who number about eighty millions, including those scat. tered outside Russia, in, Turkey, Austria, Poland, &e. The Hungarians are Slavs. In Russia the Slavs correspond to the Tories in England, resisting the inroads of Western civilisation. They especially dislike the use of the Fr...

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